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EXCLUSIVE: Board review portrays Myeni as 'top leader'

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Cape Town – The 2015 version of the South African Airways (SAA) board was a “well-functioning professional unit with high ethics and a strong regard for governance within the company”.

That was the view of Statucor in March 2015, a compliance and governance advisory firm tasked by the SAA board with evaluating its performance.

The report was sent by SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni to the Standing Committee on Finance on Tuesday, after the committee requested various documents in terms of the Public Finance Management Act.

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